The Black Comb: The Black Culture Of Black Hair In America is a book talking about the history of black hair and the different types of hair formulas. There were black pioneers who created black hair products as well as hair combs in the run Madam Walker is discussed in the book who created different hair products for black people. She became one of the best business leaders within the black community to help open the doors for black women. She is known for her teachings as well as being a mentor to help black women with their hair. The book also talks about hair loss within the black community and how women are wearing lace fronts. Black women are wearing lace fronts weaves and wigs that are affecting their hair. The book also talks about how black men are wearing the same thing such as hair weaves for damage hair. The book also talks the history of afro's dreadlocks hair products and how to maintain the hair without damaging it. There are other pioneers within the book who created pressing combs as well as the different types of combs nevertheless the book is discussing the culture of black hair and its roots.
Binding Type: Paperback
Author: Barnes, Tyshondra Reneta
Publisher: Independently Published
Size: 9.00h x 6.00w x 0.08d
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